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heaven-aspiring

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  • Thompson, with his heaven-aspiring whiskers, was laughing at him.

    FINIS

  • Even youth will hesitate at an all-night ride, on an empty stomach, outside a train that is tearing the atmosphere through the snow-sheds, tunnels, and eternal snows of heaven-aspiring mountains.

    Confession

  • It was a great moment, the master's moment -- caught all aback with all our bulk and tonnage and infinitude of gear, and our heaven-aspiring masts two hundred feet above our heads.

    CHAPTER XXVIII

  • An old king could never sit upon this heaven-aspiring throne.

    The Fountains of Paradise

  • Pindar stands like some fabled heaven-aspiring peak, conspicuous from afar, girdled at the base with ice and snow, beaten by winds, wreathed round with steam and vapor, jutting a sharp and dazzling outline into cold blue ether.

    Mosaics of Grecian History

  • It was a great moment, the master's moment -- caught all aback with all our bulk and tonnage and infinitude of gear, and our heaven-aspiring masts two hundred feet above our heads.

    Chapter 28

  • The shadow had lifted from the world; the skies were alight with gladness; my heart was heaven-aspiring in its ecstasy.

    The Trail of '98 A Northland Romance

  • Both are volcanic islands, ragged of sky-line, with heaven-aspiring peaks and minarets.

    Chapter 12

  • Both are volcanic islands, ragged of sky-line, with heaven-aspiring peaks and minarets.

    Chapter 12

  • Both are volcanic islands, ragged of sky line, with heaven-aspiring peaks and minarets.

    "The High Seat Of Abundance"

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